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Eastern European Recipes (8)

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Hot Dog Recipe

Hot Dog

How to make a hot dog...

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Busias pierogi Recipe

Busia's pierogi

Procedure: Noodle, Cream egg with water and salt. Add flour slowly while mixing, via strainer if you want, until incorporated. Kneed or with a do...

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soups Recipe

soups

French cheese soup with chicken...

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Pomegranate salad slightly acid salty flavor Recipe

Pomegranate salad (slightly acid/salty flavor)

I got this from my mom who was a chef....

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Cabbage Rolls Recipe

Cabbage Rolls

My great Grandma use make these every Christmas and Easter they are really good....

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Eggs under mayo Recipe

Eggs under mayo

Easy to cook Quick-hand dish Testy...

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SATSIVI Recipe

SATSIVI

Satsivi (Georgian: ??????) is a thick paste made from walnuts and served cold (‘Tsivi’ means ‘cold’ in Georgian). It is used in a variety of meat (usu...

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Makovnjaca Recipe

Makovnjaca

I love and hope you love it.First try was Croatia-Zagreb and unforgettable taste , the honey mixed ,blue poppy seeds rolled with special sweet dough ,...

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